Monday Mar 10
Church choir to perform My Fair Lady
St Paul's choir have been invited back to perform a concert version of My Fair Lady at the Manor House in the coming months.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Lingerie and coffee cups cleared from A41
Lingerie and coffee cups made up part of the 11 tonnes of rubbish and litter that was picked up from the A41 last week.
Successful Landing for Thrones tie-in as Kings Langley returns to familiar ground
Here's the moment one Game of Thrones fan got so excited about Kings Langley's themed name change, she almost lost her head.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
This Is Lancashire
Kings Langley residents invited to school's open day
Gordon Birtwistle hit out after a new report revealed just 44.4 per cent of Burnley secondary school children gained five GCSEs at grades A* to C - almost 16 per cent below the national average.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Burnley and Pendle Citizen: Kings Langley residents invited to school's open day
A BABY boom means more than 1,000 extra children applied for secondary school places in Lancashire this year, compared with 12 mon- ths ago.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Kings Langley Christians will hear about Sarjon's tough task in Iraq
Sarjon Toma, who works with a development charity in Iraq which is a Christian Aid partner organisation, will be speaking at a special meeting in Kings Langley next week.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Long delays after man is hit by train and killed in Kings Langley
There were major delays for passengers after British Transport Police were called to the scene of the tragedy at about 7.35pm.
Kings Langley station: man dies after being hit by train
Officers from Rickmansworth and the British Transport Police attended the incident at the station, in Station Road, at 7.40pm.
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The death of a man who was hit by a train in Kings Langley station last night is being treated as "non-suspicious" by the police.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
See you on Tuesday if you want to boost prospects: business group...
Small business owners and sole traders in the Dacorum area are being invited to an open meeting of a networking group that could increase profits and referrals.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Half-term holiday is a time to learn new skills for Hemel Hempstead scouts
During half term week, three coaches full of beavers, cubs and scouts from the 1st Apsley and 1st Gadebridge groups left the Phasels Wood activity centre at Kings Langley heading for a scientific adventure.
Delays likely in St Albans main road due to road resurfacing
Drivers are being told to expect delays this week while gas maintenance works take place on a main Kings Langley road.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Hundreds sign up to road safety petition calling for action in Kings Langley
The online call for action was launched by Kings Langley neighbours living in Hempstead Road who have seen a string of accidents over the years and most recently, just last month, there was a crash that claimed a man's life.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Happy Landing for Kara as folk outfit plan Kings Langley showcase
That's because they are planning to add a musical dimension to Kings Langley's short-term transformation to Kings Landing.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
36 things you may not know about Watford
If your thoughts turned to George Michael , Gerri Halliwell or Vinnie Jones, sorry, you get a 'poor' and shown the door.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Comment: Water way for Nature to show she's got the upper hand
Getting the train back from Manchester to Watford the other day, it felt like the end of days.
Business owners invited to join networking group
Small business owners and sole traders in the Kings Langley, Watford and St Albans areas are being invited to an open meeting of a networking group that could increase profits and referrals.
Juicy cash bonus for GUCE energy 'toolkit' scheme
A community-run scheme to help reduce Kings Langley's carbon footprint has received a welcome funding boost to produce a 'toolkit' to share advice and support on renewable energy schemes.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
1947 - Stanley Rous gets changed behind a Kings Langley tree
Writing to say how sorry he was not to be present at the [Kings Langley FC] dinner on Saturday, Mr S.F. Rous, the secretary of the Football Association, recalled that it was at Kings Langley that he refereed one of his earliest matches.